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Encyclopaedia on Gandhi (In 10 Volumes)

Ram Ayodhya Singh (Author)
Synopsis Nearly six decades since his death, a large and diverse range of writings- comparative, expository, biographical, hagiographical and dialogical -- have appeared on Gandhi. He had the perceptive vision to see this tragic scenario, or the tidings of global disaster as early as 1909 in his Hind Swaraj. In this classic work, he characterized 'Modern Civilization' as a "Disease" and a "Nine Days' Wonder" which was doomed to "Self-Destruction". Thus mankind stands, as it were, at civilizational cross-roads. And its most urgent task is to ensure human survival and peace. The Gandhian perspective is a call to discover possibilities of an authentic living in the midst of liberalization, globalization and never ending struggle for power. The present work is a comprehensive design -- perhaps the first project of its kind -- to offer an in-depth analysis of the major, and rather disturbing, global problems in the human - centered, and peace-oriented Gandhian framework.
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Title Encyclopaedia on Gandhi (In 10 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 03.01.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126136872
length 2864p.